The Case Manager is responsible to implement the plan of care for specific patients, beginning on a pre-admission basis and following through placement and into follow-up/after care and is empowered to facilitate mid course care changes, in conjunction with the patient care team. The Case Manager collaborates with the patient, family, Interdisciplinary Care Team members and external healthcare providers to assure safe, timely and efficient care. Position requires innovative skills for continuous improvement in patient outcomes and cost effectiveness. The Case Manager has responsibility for initiating the plan of care and monitoring its implementation. Internal communication is required outside of the work group to persuade or gain cooperation and acceptance of ideas. Job has significant accountability for ensuring internal contact satisfaction. Communication with external contacts may include resolving complaints, making adjustments or correcting mistakes about a selected service or capability. The Case Manager functions as a team leader in the coordination of care to patients and serves as a problem solving resource either on a unit based or physician based basis.
Why nurses love Howard County General Hospital:
- Warm and collegial environment
- Nursing student loan repayment program
- Fantastic benefits: hcgh.mybenefitsjhhs.com
- Free parking and more
Minimum of five (3) years of relevant clinical experience required.
Prior case management experience highly desirable.
Current licensure as a registered nurse by the State of Maryland.
Important Notice: Authorization to Work in the United States: Applicants who require sponsorship now or in the future will not be considered for this position.
Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.
***Effective January 1st 2022, you must be fully vaccinated with an FDA COVID-19 vaccination and provide proof of your vaccination status as part of your new employee pre-boarding. Exceptions to the COVID-19 vaccination requirement may be granted for medical reasons and religious beliefs. Requests for medical exceptions must be submitted at your occupational health screening. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Johns Hopkins Health System remains committed to providing the highest quality care for our patients and our communities.